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Page 113 text:
Hand Signals Promote
Both Chorus land ll were ably
conducted by Mrs. Eargle, who em-
ployed the modern Kodaly method
to teach. This technique conveys
intervals of the scale by sound
instead of sight and, therefore, is
the reverse of the usual procedure
of music instruction. Students
learned to associate hand signals
with the notes of the scale, im-
proving intonation as the weeks
After weeks of concentrated
practice, twenty-five enthusiastic
vocalists performed in quartets be-
fore All-State Chorus judges. This
'day of reckoning', held in Spartan-
burg in November, resulted in the
acceptance of ten Lexingtonians
into the All-State Chorus These ten
songsters prepared eighteen num-
bers for the March concert in
The stage choir was enlarged to
twenty and performed at the spring
concert. A Christmas concert was
held in which the whole chorus per-
Adjustments were made from
practicing in the gym like the pre-
vious year to having a room specifi-
cally for the chorus. Students
gained a new awareness of choral
procedure, and evidence of many
accomplishments were indicated in
the final concert.
Patiently picking out' the bass part of a
new so ng are chorus accompanists,
Lenna Corley and Robin Moss.
Chorus officers are: secretary, Gary
Rishi president, Nelta Baldwin,' vice-
president, Richard McEachern,' treasurer,
Christy Shealy,' secretaries, Lynette
Rikard and Debra Strather.
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Musicians Pursue interests
Through Course, Clubs
Stage band members worked
many tedious hours preparing for
upcoming concerts. lntricate
arrangements were rehearsed day
after day until they reached perfec-
tion. The stage band exhibited their
skills at programs for members of
the Oak Grove Community Club.
Student enrolled in Music
Appreciation-an innovative one
semester course-studied different
Membership in the stage band requires
extra hours of practice by Robert Sox
and Anita Snelgro ve.
types of music, past and present.
Reports on famous composers gave
the students a special insight into
the lives of musicians. Useful
knowledge was gained as the class
studied and performed the ballet
During regular meetings of the
Music Club, albums were played
and discussed according to content.
Once again members planned and
produced a talent show held in the
spring. Students desiring to publicly
display abilities were encouraged to
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Music appreciation student Darrell
Roland assists Mr. McMahan in setting
up the record player.
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